With their backs up against the wall, once again stellar play by Lamar gives the Ravens their 9th win of the year.
Purple had to win this game and win and dominate they did. To a man, the Chargers did nothing but praise the Ravens D. Philip Rivers was obviously … Read More »
Great decision by the Ravens brass for many reasons
Coach Harbaugh has successfully turned around what seemed to be a failing season after 10 games by changing the entire offense and culture of the team.
He has embraced the QB of the future and set sail on the past.
The … Read More »
Wayne Viener, Rockville, MD – Across the Balt/DC area the 2nd stringers have saddled up and provided hope where stalled offenses prevailed. All three, Piggy at Maryland, Lamar in Baltimore and Colt in DC are in because of injured starters.
We will start in College Park where Tyrrell Pigrome, who … Read More »
Talking about the passing of Jordan McNair, US Open golf with Pat Coyner, the Ravens with Dennis, Caps win the Stanley Cup and more. Hosted by Bruce Posner with Wayne Viener.
By Jordan Viener – I have always felt like UMD and pro sports have a strange relationship. What I mean by this is that the Maryland fanbase is almost dead split between the DC and Baltimore metro areas, just look at this poll from Testudo Times few … Read More »
Bruce Posner is the Sports Maven with Wayne Viener
Talking Terps football with Wayne, Jordan and Mason focusing on recruiting and the early signing period for college football. Dennis with Ravens news and more.
Here we go:
Marty Mornhinweg must go. His play calling was absurd, predictable, stale, stupid, and in no way did it prepare the Ravens for the W. Coach Harbaugh should be calling the plays because no one could do it worse then Marty. Wake up Steve–everyone sees this except Harbs.
Thanks to Dr Sandy Seigel for having us at the Prostate Cancer Walk on Sunday
The answer is c
Without a doubt today I watched the worst Ravens Ravens performance I ever saw. I came in to do In The Nest this mornig, and Donald and Carl Saiontz told me I really looked down. I was after yesterday’s devastating Maryland loss. Not so much that … Read More »